Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • Op-Ed: Staking Your Leadership Claim in a Traditionally Male Profession

    5 December 2019

    Guest Contributed by Kathleen Kuhn

    There’s been a huge push for gender equality in the workplace in recent decades, and no one can argue that, overall, female leaders have greater representation and visibility today than ever before. As of 2018, 40% of all businesses in the U.S. were owned by women, including 1 in 5 firms that earn over $1M in revenue. In the last 20 years, the number of women CEOs at Fortune 500 companies has risen from just two (1999) to a record-high of 33 (2019).

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    Read the full article at The Glasshammer
  • Even When Men Take Parental Leave, They’re Paid More, New Study Finds

    5 December 2019

    Though fathers are less likely than mothers to take time off to care for a new baby or a family member, when they do take leave, they’re more likely to be paid by their employer.

    According to the survey, 71% of fathers who took leave to care for a child or family member reported that the time off was at least partially paid by their employer. Fifty-seven percent said the leave was fully paid.

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    Read the full article at HuffPost
  • Men in UK and U.S. are growing less comfortable with women leaders

    28 November 2019

    A new study shows that in both countries attitudes have changed in the last year.

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    Read the full article at The World Economic Forum
  • 5 Things Women Can Do To Negotiate Higher Salary, Help Close Gender Pay Gap

    28 November 2019

    9:10 AM EST Nov 23, 2019 Traffic Anchor/Reporter Working women in the U.S. make an average of 82 cents for every dollar paid to a man, according to a new report by the American Association of University Women.In Pennsylvania, women make 81 cents. "Women often don't realize there is a pay gap.

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  • Is there prejudice against women in leadership?

    21 November 2019

    Study shows views on women in leadership Copyright Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Read the full article at CBS News
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